Friday, May 15, 2015

Prophetic Prayer Alert / Izzy Herriette & Co / Ginger Renken

Dear friends,

As I lay my head upon my pillow last evening, exhausted and sound asleep, I was awakened to hear the date: August 23. Now, this wouldn't mean as much to me, had God not already spoken to me about the month of August throughout the first months and weeks of 2015.

Next, I heard the Lord speak to me about "assurance" by our faith; our hearts established and we are lifted up and assured!

 Assured: (Miriam Dictionary)

: sure or certain to happen
: very confident
: sure that something is certain or true

 I believe this word "assurance of faith" is to take on a double meaning here: 1) God wants us to be assured in our faith, today, for the day in which we're living. 2) He wants us to be "assured and have great faith" in this particular word that He has spoken to us in this Prayer Alert Posting. 

So ... please do as we always earnestly ask you to do on these posts and that is to be a Watchman on the Wall and join yourself with Romans 8: 27,28 and begin with the Holy Spirit's leading, to seek God about and pray with prayers of intercession, regarding this post! And ahead of time, we thank you and appreciate your unity with us and the Spirit of God - these revelations that He's given us.

Be blessed and please, feel free to leave comments on this blog for us. We gain from your communications with us. Thank you!

"The resurrection of Jesus (Acts 17:31) is the "assurance" (Gr." "pistis, generally rendered "faith") or pledge God has given that" "his revelation is true and worthy of acceptance. The "full" "assurance [Gr. plerophoria, `full bearing'] of faith" (Heb." 10:22) is a fulness of faith in God which leaves no room for "doubt. The "full assurance of understanding" (Col. 2:2) is an" entire unwavering conviction of the truth of the declarations of "Scripture, a joyful steadfastness on the part of any one of" "conviction that he has grasped the very truth. The "full" "assurance of hope" (Heb. 6:11) is a sure and well-grounded" "expectation of eternal glory (2 Tim. 4:7, 8). This assurance of" hope is the assurance of a man's own particular salvation. "This infallible assurance, which believers may attain unto as to "their own personal salvation, is founded on the truth of the" "promises (Heb. 6:18), on the inward evidence of Christian" "graces, and on the testimony of the Spirit of adoption (Rom." 8:16). That such a certainty may be attained appears from the "testimony of Scripture (Rom. 8:16; 1 John 2:3; 3:14), from the" "command to seek after it (Heb. 6:11; 2 Pet. 1:10), and from the" "fact that it has been attained (2 Tim. 1:12; 4:7, 8; 1 John 2:3;" 4:16). "This full assurance is not of the essence of saving faith. It is "the result of faith, and posterior to it in the order of nature," and so frequently also in the order of time. True believers may be destitute of it. Trust itself is something different from the "evidence that we do trust. Believers, moreover, are exhorted to" go on to something beyond what they at present have when they are exhorted to seek the grace of full assurance (Heb. 10:22; 2 "Pet. 1:5-10). The attainment of this grace is a duty, and is to" be diligently sought. "Genuine assurance naturally leads to a legitimate and abiding "peace and joy, and to love and thankfulness to God; and these" "from the very laws of our being to greater buoyancy, strength," and cheerfulness in the practice of obedience in every "department of duty." "This assurance may in various ways be shaken, diminished, and "intermitted, but the principle out of which it springs can never" be lost. (See [38]FAITH.)

Here it came, everyone:

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